Wow. I did not know they had a lot of fans of the Bates Motel series. I was in a Neil Simon’s play called Plaza Suite, the only peephole we had was to see the actors move around the stage and watch for our cues.
Anyway, you all know what happened. If you haven’t watch it, catch it online and watch all the ten episodes or binge the series. I have been watching the series since 2013 when it premiered on A&E.
The last of the episode was “The Cord.” At the end of the fourth season, we see Norma and Norman on the floor; he wanted to die with his mother. Romero tries to revive his wife Norma, but she dies, and Norman lives.
Then Norman went shopping to get few items from the hardware store, and he found a saleslady that look like his mother, he thought he had seen a ghost of his mother. Apparently, it was a young woman reaching for an item on the top shelf.
Norman did not know she was married when Norman met her husband with another woman at the hotel. He was suspicious, so he gave the guy the key to room 1 right next to the office. He peeped and watch, probably studying of how to get the moves on with a woman. Great security cameras he had there.
I should take notes. Make a peep hole but, I have brick walls.
This season was intense; Norman became Norma when Norman was questioning by the police, the police had no idea who he was and who they were interviewing. Norman was possessed or having a hallucinating when he became Norma.
Even Dylan, his half-brother, saw the transformation when Norman was fighting with his mom Norma. He was fighting with himself! Dylan knew he was crazy and he needed help.
This is a real disorder; it is called dissociative identity disorder, DID previously known as multiple personality disorder (MPD), is a mental disorder characterized by at least two distinct and relatively enduring identities or dissociated personality states. Better known as a Split personality!
Since Alex Romero wanted to kill Norman because Norman killed his wife and his mom, Norma. Norman didn’t die yet! Alex saw the dead body of his wife (Norma) in the snow, and Norman killed him.
When Dylan, heard the killings again. The Police were looking for Norman; he was missing.
This episode was crazy and insane.
Dylan, decide he wanted to stop this mayhem of killing. Norman decided to invite Dylan for dinner and who was the dinner guest? Mom from the grave, he dressed her up and prop her on the chair by the table.
That’s was sick and crazy.
Dylan knew Norman wasn’t right, but the food he cooked looks great too bad it went cold because they did not eat. Dylan confronted Norman in the kitchen. Norman grabbed the knife and attacked Dylan. Dylan shot his brother to death!
Norman last words were, “Thank you” he wanted to be with his mother the whole time.
So, Norman wanted to be with his mother; he should have killed himself a long time ago. Either that rot in jail for life. Killing Norman was a better idea.
What did you think of the Bates Motel and the final season on A&E? Would they do another Alfred Hitchcock reboot and make it into a mini -series?